1.     Describe the legal framework (including listing relevant legislation), which governs the ability of the state (police, security services, etc.) to obtain access to private communications?

2.     Summaries the rules that require market participants to maintain call interception (wire-tap) capabilities? Does this cover: (i) traditional telephone calls; (ii) VoIP calls; (iii) emails; and (iv) any other forms of communications?

3.     How does the state intercept communications for a particular individual?

4.     Describe the rules governing the use of encryption and the circumstances when encryption keys need to be provided to the state?

5.     What call data are telecoms or internet infrastructure operators obliged to retain and for how long?

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